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Achieve your fitness goals

Whether you like high-intensity group workouts or are looking for a personalized plan, we have a fitness program for you! Our group fitness classes will provide you with a fun and exciting atmosphere as you sweat with your friends. On the other hand, our personal trainers are here to develop a plan for you to attain your goals. If you would rather utilize open recreation, our collection of the latest workout equipment will support your fitness routine.

Participation Benefits

  • Improve cardiovascular and muscular fitness
  • Enhance quality of life and activities of daily living
  • Improve bone health and decrease risk of injury and disease
  • Minimize risk of depression and improved sleep
  • Improve thinking, learning, and judgment skills
  • Enhance brain activity, emotional wellbeing, and mood
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Campus Recreation: Fitness Big Easy Links

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Campus Rec COVID Response Link

MRC and the MAC Reservations are no longer required. For information on Campus Rec’s COVID-19 safety measures and standards, visit our COVID-19 guide.

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Campus Recreation Fitness and wellbeing :: Campus Events

Get Moving

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A Campus Recreation instructor leading a yoga session.



Dance away in Hip Hop, take a break with Yoga, or improve your agility in Boot Camp. We offer a wide variety of group fitness classes for every fitness level. All classes on the Group Fitness Schedule are included with your membership. While the majority of our fitness classes are designed to be multi-level, please read through the class description before selecting a class. Our experienced instructors will always offer options so you can personalize your experience.

How to Signup for Group Fitness Classes

Step 1. Create an Account

If you are a current TAMUC student or faculty/staff member (with a Campus Rec membership or day pass):

  • Navigate to or download the TAMUC Rec App powered by IMLeagues on Google Play or the Apple App Store.
  • If asked for school, select Texas A&M University-Commerce which will route you to SSO.
  • Log in via SSO using your university credentials.
  • Complete the required information for your account.

If you are a community Campus Rec member:

  • Go to and click on sign up in the top right corner.
  • Fill out all the provided information and press “Create Account”.
  • You will receive a pop-up screen saying sorry and will be asked to submit a request to join our network.
  • Once we verify your Campus Rec membership we will then accept your account and then you are all set to get active!

Step 2. Sign Up For a Class

Once you are logged in, navigate to the top drop-down where it says “TAMUC”. A new page will open and you will be able to select “Fitness” to view the group fitness classes.

  • Search for the class and click “Sign Up”
  • You will receive a confirmation via email.
  • Look over the participant standards before you arrive
  • Enjoy the class!
  • If the class is closed due to full registration, you can still stop by the activity room and be put on our waitlist for the class if spots are to open up.

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Group Fitness Policies


You can sign up a week in advance and up to 15 minutes before the class starts. You are not required to sign up before the session, but pre-registering will guarantee you a spot in your chosen class.


Participants that register on IM leagues will receive check-in priority. If “registered participants” do not arrive at least five minutes before the class starts, their placement in the class will be given to a participant in the standby line. Check-in begins 15 minutes prior to the class start time.

Late Entry

In order to prevent injury or medical emergencies, you are not allowed to enter a group fitness class five minutes after the class has started. This is to ensure you receive appropriate warm-up for each class and do not disturb the class that is in session.

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Group Fitness Instructors

Group Fitness Instructors

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Campus Recreation has partnered with Wellbeats to offer virtual Group Fitness Classes in the Activity Room at the MRC.

Wellbeats Virtual Fitness is a premier on-demand fitness provider that delivers fitness classes, challenges and assessments.

With over 500 virtual fitness classes in 30 channels, there’s something for every age, interest and fitness level. From cycling to yoga or quick office breaks, there is a class for anyone.

Patrons can utilize the Wellbeats system anytime there are not group fitness class or reservation in the Activity Room.

Virtual group fitness class at the Morris Recreation Center.

How to use the Wellbeats system in the Activity Room:

  • The Wellbeats monitor is located at the front right corner of the Activity Room in the MRC.
  • Start by pressing the “On” button on the panel underneath the Wellbeats monitor. This will turn on the projector. Please refrain from pressing either input button below as this can turn off the video feed. If you are in need of assistance please ask a building supervisor for help.
  • The projector screen will already be down and the feed from the monitor should appear on the screen. Browse through the hundreds of fitness class options, participate in a month-long challenge, or try out a Fit Test.
  • You can use the filter button on the Wellbeats main page to find a class that perfectly fits you!
  • All of the electronics are pre-set so please refrain from pressing the volume up or down buttons below the monitor.
  • If you need a specific piece of equipment for your class that isn’t on the activity room floor please ask the building supervisor to assist you with what you need.
  • We ask that after you are done with your workout to please press the “Off” button located under the monitor twice to shut down the projector.
  • Return equipment to a building supervisor when finished.
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A Campus Recreation trainer during a one-on-one training session with a student.

Fitness : Personal Training

Personal Training

As of April 30, we will not be able to offer Personal Training lessons until August 30.

Personal trainers can help you design a program specific to your goals, schedule and budget so you can achieve maximum results. Our trainers specialize in a variety of areas including exercise adherence education, nutritional counseling, pre-natal/post-natal fitness, body building, distance running, athletic conditioning and more.

All of our Personal Trainers are currently certified by nationally recognized organizations such as ASCM, NSCA, ACE or NASM, with additional CPR/AED certification through the American Red Cross or American Heart Association.

Your Personal Trainer will provide professional one-on-one instruction that incorporates a fitness and wellbeing assessment, goal setting, health education and workouts designed to meet your specific needs. Your Personal Trainer will teach you proper workout techniques as well as motivate you to achieve your fitness goals. Each session last approximately one hour.


Pricing is based on each client’s current classification as a student, member, or non-member of the Morris Recreation Center and is subject to change. If you have questions about your classification or wish to purchase a membership, please contact the MRC Front Desk at 903.468.3181

One-on-one Training
TAMUC studentMRC memberMRC non-member
Comprehensive Fitness
& Wellness Assessment
2 sessions$10$47$51
4 sessions$20$92$100
8 sessions$40$180$196
14 sessions$70$308$336
Buddy Training

All prices for buddy packages are per person.

TAMUC studentMRC memberMRC non-member
2 sessions$8$39$43
4 sessions$16$76$84
8 sessions$32$148$164
14 sessions$56$252$280
Group Training

All prices for Group Training are per person, for a group of three.

TAMUC studentMRC memberMRC non-member
2 sessions$6$27$31
4 sessions$12$52$60
8 sessions$24$100$116
14 sessions$42$168$196

Getting Started

  1. All clients must complete the Client Agreement/Liability Waiver and Client PARQ forms prior to starting their training sessions. Submit forms to Dan Semprini, Coordinator of Fitness and Wellbeing
  2. You must purchase a package prior to submitting forms and being paired with a personal trainer. You can purchase at the front desk or via the recportal.
    • Please note that non-MRC member PT rates do not include access to the facility. An $ 8.00-day pass will need to be purchased prior to entering the facility and participating in each Personal Training Session.
  3. You will have a meeting prior to starting your sessions that will include an initial consultation and a fitness assessment (body fat and body mass index measurements, muscular strength and endurance testing, cardiovascular fitness testing, and a flexibility assessment)
    • Clients desiring only an in-depth fitness and wellness assessment may purchase a one-hour assessment session separately.
  4. Sessions are approximately one hour in length but may vary according to the client’s needs.
    • All Personal Training sessions must be held in the Morris Recreation Center.
    • You must complete all personal training sessions within the number of weeks equivalent to the number of sessions purchased. Personal training sessions are void after this time period.
  5. Once a package has been purchased, no refunds will be issued for personal training sessions.
    • In special circumstances involving illness or injury, refunds may be given at the discretion of the program director. A physician’s note may be required.

Personal Trainers

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Fitness Services

Fitness Services

Campus Recreation Trainer leading a fitness assessment.

Fitness Assessment

A certified personal trainer will assess your fitness level in each of the five dimensions of physical fitness-cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility and body composition.

During this hour session, our trainers will go over a brief fitness assessment that includes a health screening, cardiovascular fitness test, and movement analysis. You will find out your BMI, body fat percentage, and more!


Students: $5
MRC member: $23.50
MRC non-member: $25.50

Purchase at the front desk. Dan Semprini will contact you within three to four business days to schedule a time for the fitness assessment.


Fit2You delivers fitness and wellbeing to your organization. Our instructors come to you or you can reserve a room in the Morris Recreation Center to host a group fitness class, health-related lecture/workshop, or small group training.

  • We offer Zumba, Hip Hop, Yoga, Bootcamp, HITT, and much more!
  • Locations we offer classes: Res Hall, The MAC, Amphitheater, RSC, or the Great Law
  • A student organization’s first Fit2You is free. Every additional session after is $25.
  • Please reserve two weeks in advance.
  • For more information or to schedule a class, contact Dan Semprini
  • When contacting Dan, include your organization/group/department name, the number of participants, the class format you are interested in, the dates/times, and potential locations you would like to hold the class.
  • If it’s your second Fit2You class, you can purchase this at the MRC front desk or on by typing in Fit2You in the search bar. Payment is required before confirming a class.

Price – $25.00

A&M-Commerce student during cycle class making the lion hand sign.
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TAMUC Rec App Home page on phone.


Download the official TAMUC Rec App on your app store and register for our programs at the touch of your finger! Powered by IMLeagues, TAMUC Rec lets you sign up for intramural sports and group fitness classes directly from your phone.

Download on the App Store.
Download on the Google Play Store.

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Fitness: Meet the Trainers

Meet the Fitness team

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CampusRecreation: Start your Journey


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Campus Recreation Contact Us

Contact Us

  • 2600 W. Neal St.
  • Commerce, TX 75428

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